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Motherboard will not boot up

I recently bought a intel D850MV motherboard off ebay to build my cousin a new pc i have put everything i.e hard drive , dvd-rom drive. I have checked the ram and there all compatitable but it still doesn't fire no fans spinning on the cpu or psu. I have put the power switch on pins 6 & 8 but nothing any help would be brilliant mike

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  • mike smith Nov 23, 2006

    fixed it put a new cpu with 400mhz instead of 533mhz bus speed , silly me works like a gem now

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Change the SMPS and try again.

Posted on Aug 11, 2007

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